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Christop

Hope it goes well! Wish I could be there!

Russ

Saw the installation tonight. No idea what to expect, just heard about it (saw a 'postcard') & thought I'd go have a look. Stunning, particularly the way it crescendoed - i.e. it got you into a rhythm/mood (um... how to express? It sort of 'positioned' you - made you slow down, tune in, unpack), then having positioned you into that heightened/open state, suddenly the installation burst into space and openness after being confined and close - from the inner world to the outer sort of thing, echoing the landscapes of Australia in the process. As I said - stunning. Well done.

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